Fix TaiG 2.0 Jailbreak Errors on iOS 8.3, 8.2, and 8.1.3, Here’s How

Though the recently released TaiG 2.0 jailbreak is easy to perform, it is possible to encounter some errors when trying to install it. Some errors crop up from settings on the device, while others could be due to an incompatible version of Windows, iTunes, or a corrupt download of the TaiG 2.0 tool itself. Below are the most frequently encountered errors and what you need to do to fix them. Luckily most of them are easy to correct and you should be able to continue with the jailbreak process after addressing them.

Error 1101 (Stuck at 20%)

This error occurs if you’re running the very latest version of iTunes which apparently isn’t compatible with the jailbreak. You’ll need to uninstall iTunes and install iTunes version 12.0.1. 32-bit | 64-bit

Error 1102

This error is associated with airplane mode and Touch ID & Passcode. Make sure to enable Airplane Mode and disable Touch ID & Passcode in Settings.

Error 1103

Download the TaiG 2.0 Jailbreak tool again. You might encounter this error if your download was corrupt.

Error 1104 (Stuck on 30-40%)

Try using a different USB port or if that fails, another Windows computer to perform the jailbreak.

Error 1105 (Stuck on 50%)

Your antivirus or firewall might be interfering with the install. Disable these temporarily during the install and enable them after the jailbreak succeeds. Also go to Settings, iCloud, and Find My iPhone and disable that.

Injecting (Stuck on 60%)

You might need to run TaiG in administrator mode. Restart both your device and your Windows computer. Right-click the TaiG .exe file and select ‘Run as administrator’ and the jailbreak should proceed smoothly.

It is also possible you’ll need to do a fresh install of iOS 8.3 on your device. Download iOS 8.3 for your device model and install it and try the jailbreak again.

‘Jailbreak failed!’

Disable WiFi on your device and attempt the jailbreak again.

Installing iTunes 12.0.1 in Parallels VM

If you have trouble installing iTunes 12.0.1 in Windows through a Parallels VM, try reinstalling Parallels Tools and then attempt to install iTunes 12.0.1 again.

‘Apple Driver hasn’t been found’

Try installing the iTunes 64-bit driver here.

‘Storage Almost Full’ After Performing the Jailbreak

Run Cydia and allow it to load completely. This should remove the storage warning.

Cydia Compatibility

This jailbreak is very new so Cydia Substrate needs to be updated to be compatible with most jailbreak tweaks. You’ll just have to wait a bit for TaiG and Substrate to be updated and then compatibility should be restored.

Hopefully if you’re having trouble with the jailbreak, you can find the solution to the error you’re encountering. If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again.

How to Perform the TaiG 2.0 Jailbreak for iOS 8.3, 8.2, and 8.1.3

Well it seems the long awaited day has finally arrived. Jailbreaking is now possible on the latest iOS firmwares thanks to the TaiG team. At least for a little while, iOS users on iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch will be able to enjoy an up-to-date firmware along with the benefits of jailbreaking. The TaiG 2.0 jailbreak works for iOS 8.3, 8.2, and 8.1.3 and is untethered. For now, you’ll need to be running Windows either on a PC or on your Mac to perform this jailbreak. Follow these steps to get that lovely device out of jail.

*Important: Before you begin, it is recommended to do a full backup of your device data using iCloud, iTunes, or both. The jailbreaking process involves some risk and is not 100% foolproof so it’s a good idea to save your data before attempting it. It’s also recommended that you have a fresh install of iOS 8.3 before doing the jailbreak.

1. Download the TaiG 2.0 jailbreak files here ‘TaiG Jailbreak Download for iOS 8.1.3, 8.2, and 8.3 Available On Windows


2. Turn off both ‘Find My iPhone‘ and Passcode/TouchID on your device. To turn off Passcode/TouchID go to Settings, then Touch ID & Passcode, Enter your Current Passcode, then Turn Passcode Off, and finally enter your current Passcode once more to verify. To turn off ‘Find my iPhone‘, go to Settings, iCloud, then Find My iPhone and disable it.

3. Connect your iOS device to the computer running Windows.

4. Start the TaiG 2.0 Jailbreak Tool. If the tool properly recognizes your device, a window will pop up with your device info and name and you’re ready to proceed. If you see ‘Can’t find Apple device‘ make sure it is connected properly.


5. Keep the Cydia 1.1.16 option checked, and uncheck the option for 3K Assistant.



4. Click ‘Start‘ to begin the jailbreak procedure. You can watch the progress of the jailbreak in the window as it proceeds. If everything goes smoothly, you’ll see ‘Jailbreak succeeded!” and you can close the tool and begin enjoying your newly jailbroken device.


The TaiG 2.0 Jailbreak tool makes the process incredibly simple and fast. Hopefully you’ll soon be reaping the benefits of jailbreaking and running custom apps!

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TaiG Jailbreak Download for iOS 8.1.3, 8.2, and 8.3 Available On Windows!

If you’ve been patiently waiting for a jailbreak to arrive for the latest iOS firmware, rejoice! TaiG 2.0 is here and allows you to jailbreak any iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch running iOS 8.1.3 up to the current iOS 8.3. For now, ironically the jailbreak must be performed using Windows though an OS X port is coming soon. You’ll either need to do the jailbreak on a PC or run Windows on your Mac.


This being a very new release, there are a few things to keep in mind. Cydia Substrate is not yet fully compatible with iOS 8.2 and 8.3 so running apps that depend on it is not in the cards as of now. Cydia should be updated fairly soon to be compatible with the latest firmwares so be patient. Some people have also reported some glitches while trying to perform the jailbreak but these should be ironed out fairly quickly as well.


If you’ve grown tired of the cat and mouse game with Apple and have updated your device to the newest firmware, or recently bought a device that already had it loaded, now is the time to jailbreak it. Apple is sure to release another security update soon to address this newly released jailbreak at which time it will no longer work. If you’ve been waiting to jailbreak, now is definitely the time to do it. There is no guarantee that another jailbreak will be released anytime soon, so you don’t want to risk missing out.

The jailbreak process is relatively fast and easy, so you should be able to get those custom apps running in no time. If you want to grab the TaiG 2.0 jailbreak files, you’ll find them here. Good luck!

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WALTR Now Available for Windows, Copy Music Video to iOS Without iTunes!

Have you ever been downright fed up with having to use iTunes to copy every single media file over to your iOS device, from iPads to iPhones? What about wrangling those pesky file types and formats? Well thank your lucky stars, now you can finally be free of Apple’s tedious and maddening reliance on iTunes to copy files over. You don’t need to jailbreak your device and you don’t even need a Mac or iTunes. With WALTR, copying files is gloriously simple for once.


WALTR is an app that will take any music or video file, conveniently convert it to a compatible iOS format, and then upload it to your iOS device for playback, all without ever touching iTunes. It can’t be stressed enough how nice it is to not have to worry about formats specific to each kind of device. Older desktop tools worked to a degree, but you often had to specify the exact model or media file type you wanted to transfer as well as make sure it would actually be compatible on that device. Other apps also often had to be used in conjunction with one or more additional apps to convert and finally transfer the file to your device. WALTR is an all-in-one solution with a clean interface that does the job right every time.

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WALTR has been around for OS X for a while but is now available on Windows. Using it couldn’t be any simpler or more intuitive, you just connect your device then drag and drop files you want uploaded and WALTR takes care of the rest. The only feature missing from the Windows version is movie subtitle support but that is likely coming in a future update.


WALTR is available as a free 14 day trial download or you can purchase a license for unlimited use. It’s a fantastic tool and comes highly recommended for anyone who has had enough of bloated iTunes transferring.

Source: download WALTR from

How To Download The Windows 8.1 ISO Without a Product Key

Finding and downloading a legitimate Windows 8.1 ISO can be troublesome. Microsoft has thankfully released a new app called the Windows Installation Media Creation Tool that takes all the guesswork out of downloading the correct and legitimate version of Windows. A major problem with Windows 8.1 was the fact that you couldn’t do a fresh install of 8.1 if you only had access to an original Windows 8 key. With this tool, it’s now possible to easily download a Windows 8.1 ISO to burn to a DVD or create a bootable USB drive to install it. Follow this simple procedure to download the tool and install the right version for your computer.


1. Go to Microsoft’s site here. Click ‘Create media‘ to download the tool.


2. Run the tool and you’ll be asked to specify what kind of installation you need. This includes language, edition, and architecture (32-bit and 64-bit). Make sure to select the correct options here and check your PC to see if it’s 32-bit or 64-bit.


3. Now, choose whether to download to a USB drive or to download the whole ISO file.


4. If you’re downloading to a USB drive, be sure to format it beforehand and move any files off of it. The process will overwrite anything on the drive.

5. Now, the relevant files will be downloaded onto the device you specified and the device will be made bootable.


6. When you’re ready you can use the device to boot your computer and install Windows 8.1

Microsoft has done a commendable job making a useful and lightweight tool that does exactly what it promises with little confusion or headache. The process of downloading and installing the right version of Windows 8.1 as well as making a bootable drive has really never been easier. If you’re running Windows 8 and installing Windows 8.1 Pro, you’ll need a product key for the install. If you’re simply going from Windows 8 to 8.1 or doing a fresh install of Windows 8.1, you shouldn’t need a key.

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Create a Bootable USB Drive for Windows 8 / 8.1, Here’s How

If you’ve never made a bootable USB device before, it’s simple and invaluable for doing quick installs and for troubleshooting OS problems. The age of discs, CD-ROMs, and DVDs has been largely replaced with cloud storage and flash drives. Many computers don’t even include disc drives anymore and having a bootable USB is essential for installing certain things. This process will help you both create and launch a bootable USB to install anything from Windows 7 to Windows 10 and is even applicable to installing Linux or other OSes.

1. Download Microsoft’s Windows USB/DVD Download Tool from this link. Once downloaded, install it.

2. You must have an ISO for the version of Windows you’ll be putting on the USB device. You can get it from MSDN and here if you have a product key. (You can also use the Windows Installation Media Creation Tool to download an ISO even without a key and also make a bootable USB)

3. Insert your USB device. Make sure it is 8GB or more and that it has been formatted or the contents backed up.

4. Start the Windows USB/DVD Download Tool.


5. Click ‘Browse‘ and navigate to the Windows ISO you want to place on the USB device.

6. Click ‘USB device‘ to have the tool install the ISO on your USB device.



7. Choose your USB device from the drop down menu. Be very careful to select the correct device (the one you most recently inserted) or you risk overwriting everything on it. To be sure, you should disconnect all USB drives you’re not using.


8. Now the tool will create the bootable USB device using the ISO file.

9. Once the process is finished, if you’re ready to install, leave the device plugged in and turn off your computer.

10. You’ll now need to set the BIOS to boot from USB. This process is different for each computer so do a quick search for your model to see how to enable booting from USB.

11. Now, once booting from USB has been enabled, when the computer starts it should find the bootable USB and you will be able to install Windows from the ISO.

That’s all there is to it.

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